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Freestand Lift System 1
Freestand Lift System
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Gantry hoist. Lift unit's charger can be mounted on one of the uprights or wall-mounted near the lift. Range of rail lengths available.


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Product Information

Manufacturer's Product Description

FreeStand is a freestanding lift system that is sturdy, easy to install and offers excellent value. FreeStand is ideal for most settings. Since the system is entirely freestanding, there are no special requirements for structural strength in walls or ceiling. There may be several reasons for choosing a freestanding lift system. Sometimes, there may be uncertainty as to how an overhead lift will work out, or you may not want to install fixtures in the walls or ceiling. Sometimes, the need for lifting may be only temporary, or perhaps permanent installation of an overhead system is not possible. FreeStand's upright supports have a white surface coating, and in combination with white rails, the system blends in well with the decor of the care setting in the patient's residence. The uprights have a wide, stable base and the system has cleverly designed side supports that can be tensioned against walls for absolute stability. The lift unit's charger can be mounted on one of the uprights or on the wall near the lift. A complete system consists of two upright supports, a rail and a lift unit with rail carrier, hand control and charger. Rails are available in several standard lengths ranging from 2 to 3.2 metres. Max. load: 200 kg

Manufacturer's Contact Details


Hill-Rom Ltd

Clinitron House

Ashby Park

Ashby-de-la Zouch




01530411000 uk.marketing@hill-rom.com

Key Features

  • two uprights with wide base, cross rail and a system of side supports that can be tensioned against walls for added stability
  • lift unit with rail carrier
  • handheld control on wander lead and charger

Product Dimensions

Capacity 200kg
Height 230cm
Length "N/A"
Width 200 min; 320 maxcm
Gantry frame "N/A"

Product Specification

No product specification has been specified.

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